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New York, NY - February 4, 2013
-- Keane was rated the number one provider of lost shareholder search and asset recovery services for 2012 by Group Five, a Princeton, NJ based consulting and corporate services research company. This marks the third consecutive year that Keane has received the honor. Keane received an industry leading client satisfaction rating of 88%, compared to the […]
New York, NY - December 18, 2012
-- Keane, the number one provider of unclaimed property communications, compliance and consulting services in the country, introduces two new unclaimed property services. After listening to our clients and understanding their challenges, Keane is now offering enhanced communication services for due diligence mailings and automated shareholder database cleanup to help our customers save time and money. […]
New York, NY - October 15, 2012
-- The line between unclaimed property requirements and tax requirements can often be blurred and confusing. While they share some similarities, there are several distinct differences. Keane’s Pamela Wentz and Jared Gustafson reviewed and discussed the differences in the Council of Petroleum Accountants Societies (COPAS) latest issue of Accounts. Within the article, they explain how nexus […]
New York, NY - October 1, 2012
-- Each year, millions of dollars in inactive banking accounts are seized by states as abandoned property, leaving banks the potential to face disgruntled customers as well as lost revenue. It is essential that banks and credit unions have a solid understanding of unclaimed property and have policies and procedures in place to protect their most […]
New York, NY - September 13, 2012
-- Traditionally, life insurance policies for which there have been no death claims, but whose owners are deceased, have not been considered “unclaimed.” But most recently, new legislation has impacted the way that insurers and independent agents manage policies that are eligible for death benefits. In the recent issue of Insurance & Financial Advisor, Valerie Jundt, […]